Are you a professional looking for short term rentals in Tucson? All you need is look on the internet and presto! You will find hundreds of advertisements about short term rentals in Tucson. What you might need some help with though, is figuring out how to pick from all those options. Hopefully we can help you with that by providing a bit more general information for you here. Continue reading
Corporate housing Tucson is growing in popularity each and every year, and it’s really not too surprising. Why not? It’s very common for people to be on an extended business trip in Tucson, but not want to stay in a hotel. Why not try some corporate housing in Tucson instead? These Tucson corporate housing options are complete with the things that you are used to at home, and things that you might need to make you feel at ease during an extended stay in Tucson.
Your Options When It Comes to Corporate Housing Tucson
Corporate housing in Tucson comes in many different sizes and shapes. You want a two-bedroom condo? Corporate housing Tucson has it. There is also some spa/resort type corporate housing in Tucson that perfectly blend the comforts of home with the comforts of resort living. Why not get the best of all worlds, right? Continue reading
Are you on the search for Vacation Rentals Tucson? Lots of people are because Tucson is a great place that many people enjoy visiting and many prefer to remain for an extended stay, especially during the winter months. It is a beautiful place in Arizona and it would be crazy not to appreciate the uniqueness of this city and its’ surroundings for as long as you can.
Tucson has its own airport and many airlines serve it. It is also near Phoenix and the Mexican border for those wondering what other nearby places are available to possibly visit during an extended stay in Tucson. Even for just the Saguaro Sunset, this place is already worth visiting. To see this, it is a good idea to start planning and looking for vacation rentals in Tucson.
The Saguaro Sunset is certainly something to appreciate during your stay if at all possible. By visiting the Saguaro National Park, just on the east side of Tucson at sunset, you’ll see a breathtaking view of thousands of the massive, majestic saguaro cacti silhouetted against the beautiful sunset, in its perfect reddish, purple, pink and orange-like color. Continue reading
Finding furnished apartments in Tucson is easier than you might think, and there’s a good reason for that. You see, Tucson is one of the great places in Arizona, and in America, where people often come and visit for a short time, and end up staying longer on vacation or even beyond. When people take a vacation they want nothing else to worry about but having fun or doing what they came to do. Furnished apartments in Tucson are the more common and practical place to stay for a period of more than a couple of days of stay, instead of staying in a hotel where the rate is so much higher and the room is so much smaller.
On the internet, businesses for furnished apartments around Tucson have posted every available option that people can choose from. The dwellings differ in sizes, amenities, location, special perks, and of course, as a consequence, they also differ in price.
Find Furnished Apartments in Tucson in All Parts of Town
An example of a furnished apartment in Tucson is one in La Canada. In this area is a huge house rented out to folks looking for an extended stay in Tucson which has everything a vacationer or even a settler needs. It has air conditioning, an alarm system for security, the television and the place is cable ready, it has a dishwasher, a unit for washer and dryer, it has spacious closets, a microwave oven, an extra storage, and it is furnished with everything else a house requires. Continue reading
What do you think about the red light cameras?
Personally, I’m still not sure, but I do think the following comment has more than a grain of truth to it, “…Opponents say they cause more crashes by scaring drivers into stopping at the last second before the signal changes.”
I know I’ve been behind some folks who have done exactly that when (in my opinion) it would have been far safer to simply proceed through the intersection. And apparently some other people felt the same way as I did and expressed it at the time by laying on the horn.
The fact is though, I’m not sure what exactly would trigger the camera to go off, and then issue a ticket to you. So in the end, if my choice is someone honking at me or me having to deal with and pay a ticket… I guess I’ll go with the horn every time.
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Arizona red-light cameras: Opinions still colliding – News from The Arizona Republic
It HAD to happen at some point, right? I’m no sports statistician, but wasn’t the U of A the only PAC 10 (12) team to not have a sent a QB to the NFL? At least in a looooong time…
Whatever the specifics are, it’s very cool to see Foles in the big league and… WINNING!
Granted, it is the pre-season, but hey! A good result is a good result. Looking forward to seeing what more he can do and really hoping he can keep his head together (i.e. no more concussions). But in the NFL… that seems to be par for the course.
Heck, just ask Vick.
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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) – Michael Vick keeps taking his lumps. His Philadelphia Eagles keep winning. The star quarterback was leveled after throwing a long pass in the first quarter and underwent X-rays for the second straight game – negative again. Then former Arizona Wildcat QB Nick Foles led the Eagles to a 27-17 preseason victory over the New England Patriots on Monday night. Vick had X-rays on his ribs after being knocked down by linebacker Jermaine Cunningham. Eleven days earlier, in a 24-23 win over Pittsburgh, he had X-rays on his left thumb after hitting it on center Jason Kelce’s helmet. Foles threw two touchdown passes for the second straight game for the Eagles (No. 8 in the AP Pro32). Tom Brady sat out the game for the Patriots (No. 2).
It was all over the Olympics, and my bet is it’ll soon be all over the local tennis courts, basketball courts and softball fields. What do you think? Have you used it? Did it make a real difference for you or do you think it might be all psychological?
Share your thoughts!
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Kinesio tape has been around for decades, but during the London 2012 Olympics, it’s been spotted stretching in interesting patterns on athletes.
A car that can do 0-60mph in under 3 seconds…
Unfortunately (or maybe fortunately!), you won’t be seeing this car on any Tucson streets since it’s not street legal anywhere in the US or Europe. Oh, and it’ll cost about $2.2 Million! But that doesn’t mean it’s not fun to take a look and dream…
For all you car enthusiasts out there, have a look at Lamborghini’s Sesto Elemento concept car that will go production. Production of only 20 though.
This is the kind of car that can make you dream… but between the price tag and the sick speeds they’er talking about, it might end up being more of a nightmare!
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Lamborghini will produce just 20 of the $2.2 million Sesto Elemento performance machines.